The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 8, 1947
Page 2
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Iff CAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY MAY 8, 1947 Guard Unit Head Gets Reprimand Warning Handed CD's For Calling Out Troops Irt Storm Emergency ROCK, Aik.. May (TJF> V — Commanders of .two batteries'" of the Arkansas National Guard who'called their units out for emergency work following tlie Northwest Arkansas tornado last week, have been reprimanded for their action, It was revealed yesterday. The reprimand was in Hie form of .a memo lo all unit commanders;' .reminding them that only tlie*govenior has the authority to callvcut tlie National Guard for any- purpose, according to Col. John Webb, executive officer. Thi m*mo was accompanied by a per- I son^l letter to the commanding of- ficets of batteries at Rogers and Benlonville. ] Itv the letter, Colonel Web'o com- pllnicntcd the units on their work during the tornado but reminded liiem that regulations provide that only the governor shall "have the autlioritv lo call out.>uy,null. j The two guard units answered at midnight; -April 29. Eomp four hours after Hie storm struck 'Brigluwater, and the farming 1 community bf~Oarflcld, -leaving ' nine persons;" dead and many otheis injured. Tlie guardsmen ;put 'in some 2t hours of continuous service, patrolling 'roads, guarding lircvJerty and Hiding Ihe Injured. TUe unit commanders ', answered the-'call for aid isucd , by.-.Shcriff CnatUe Womble, of Benton; County, who' promised to contn'qt^lhc governor relative to permission to net. The- governor's office siu'd Wom We's call came about 10 o'clock Wednesday morning, the day after tho.storm. .. • • Governor Ben Laney ; told TJnltr cd Press that "the boys' up there actetl in perfect good faith, nnc I would have been more thai willing to call out the units in sucn a case." -•However, the' chief 'executive pointed out tjVat ,-,tlie.'.Nationn GuflTd has to have rej;ula[toris and said"- that thcy ; " shOirid"bt observed. Vin the future." Inncy was nlgli -in. his praise n the-two units—Ballery.A and Bat terv" C of the 93Cth Field Arliller;, Cant. David..S.^.Fprd comrhand the •Ecsers unit-, while Capt. Elvi G. Buell is commanding officer F Bontonville. I/kr.ey said the men in the l\v unit? would be paid for the tlm »pe:ft, probably from the governor' emergency fund. Arsenic-Old Lace' 'Wonderiul! Says Youth Tasting Food for First Time in 16 Years CHICAGO. May 8. (UI'I—Jack cnlng made in his abdomen. Parks, 2V, drank a cup of leu today | On the advice o[ Salt Lake City and said It was "the most wonder- specialists he came to Chicago and Hil thing that could have happened underwent an operation at tli« lo anyone." I University of Illinois Research ami ' Educational Hospital, April 15. Contact between his upper and lower food itawages wfts made wl'h a needle, and was maintained by braided surgical silk. Th<> opening 111 lib; esophagus was enlarged gradually, doctors said, until lie was able to swallow. Parks, of Oren. ulah, was tasting (he first food he could remember- When he was 20 months old he swallowed lye while his mother \v»s doing the family washing. After treatment, he was able to rat for about three years, nut when he was five years old, scar tissue prevented him from swallowing. For the last 10 yours he has been State Senators to Meet With Former Lawmaker EUHEKA SPRINGS, Ark., May 8. H>1>> — Members of the Arkansas ii'imle will be guests of former Senator Hicham Thompson at a three-day outing at Lake Lucercne nc<i|. here, beginning June (i oUicial hosts will be' Senators Ernest Nicholson of Harrison and Russell Elrod ol Hiloam Springs. The 1 meeting was arranged 111 a resolution adopted by the Senate prior to adjournment of the 5Uth Cirncral Assembly. Just Beat the Gun HENRYBiTA. Okla. (UP)—Carl CJiupin sighed with relief when '\i discovered shortly after an acci- dei'.t lhat his insurance on Ihs badiy-damajed automobile was still in elfcct by a slender margin. The j I2i0l p.m.- actidcnt occurred at 10:55 a.m. and I utcs later, the policy was dated to elapse « -one hour 1 and six mill- III. quids, diet now is confined to they sold, but in ;\ given nourishment through an op- months lie will b« able to eat nl- tick ITU ll<:k.-i are -nsocts, but wood :u (i not. REVIVAL Emanuei Baptisl Church Half Moon Mqy IHh to 17ih Rev. Percy Roy of Myrtle, Miss. .Services Kv<-ry NIslit ;it 7t30 CASH You Gel $100 $150 $200 $300" $500 $750 $1000 Monlkly I Payjnenls For 12 Worth-.; $9.25 13.88 18.50 27.75 46.25 69.38 92.50 IFneluJbi Credit Lifo Iniuronco MO*N FOR DEBTS 0 OW <ttt>H t new holies, doctors' or denlistf' hills, when you need money see G.C.P.C. 122 W. AS" ST. BLYlHEVlUt Mrs, Lillle \Viniiv. 17. lait October of the "; uml Old Ijice" murdci- ut her 3-yi'ur- old great-gra:j|!iuii, is back in lie. Way lie Coj--.ty. 111., jail, 'Ilils Hue she Is cliniy.vd with .'-.'ivIiiB tlempted to ki.l HCT d:,ii(;iitfi- .nd J>y iiiittiini rsenic In their milk. — !NKA Telcplioloi .ight Sentences Given iermans Anger Jews BREMEN, May 8. (UP) —Orgn- ized workers singed a flvc-iniinue irotest strike yesterday against -he eight .and six-year prison sentences imposed on two German brothers convicted of murdering a Jew In 1938. Dr. Karl Ostcr, a judge described, by the workers as a "nominal Sazl," defended the seiHcncos ^n the ground that killing a Jn\v h> 1938 was only n misdemeanor. The Jewish community trade union and political organizations scheduled ii mass, protest demonstration for tonight. The sentences have been appealed by the public urosecutor. There aie about 50,000 hairs on the- head of the nveraee redlimd; brunets hove 100,000, and blonda 150,000, Britain's Footl Cfisls Alarms Lore/ Woo/ton LONDON, May 8. (UP) — Lord Woplton, Britain's wnrlime food minister, said today he believed the nation was in danger of a tood crisis which would be as serious as.'tlio winlcr fuel crisis. Ojpenlng a tworday' food debate in the house of Lords, Wooltoii said such n food crisis would "reduce the phsicat power .of the country and seriously Increase the level of our unhapplhoss and weariness. ..." He said the meat' situation was "very sirlous" and thai, the bread ralioiiing system, was "breaking down." Tlie Argentine government, he claimed, had made'a profit or $32,000,000 "out oJ the British P«o- ple.": Lord Henderson., replying for the Labor Government, said he saw "no . justification tor nlnrmlst prophecies of crisis, eveh if there Is no Immediate prospect for removing,ralion- " ' ' ""'' WATCH NEED If yout watch needs repairing, adjuitlng. or recondlllon- ing, biing It lo us. All woik One Week Service! Pat O'Bryant JEWELER Main at Second Plionc ''2 Pei CincJ-.en Itrtnulrtift: May III, Red Sour Pitted, No. 2 Can Bordcn's Eaqle BRAND Condensed Milk 27c West Solid Pack, No. 2Vi Con Large Box SIB 12O 2 . Can PREM, SPAM or it chicken imo bowl with : sunk 2 hours. Drain; inv Sprinkle l'/i !• liic pepper over c!iicl;eti. brov.-i \y ill Ys in. luit sUovxci'.in^. Remove chicken; keep hoc. Drain off all but ^ lablesp. fat from pail. Bluml in (lour, rcinaitiinE '/I lcnsj>. salt anil few grains pepper. Aild '''\ cup liquul olf pens; stir aiul boil 2 mill. Add re- ni:ii[iin^. iniil: artel drmnetl pc-js. |-!eat. Sei-ve with chicken. Makes 4 si-rvinf.s. Y,,n Will Mivil CHARM Soft Toilet, 1000 Sheet ro Pet M?!k Chicken. OiVIAR — 10 Ib. Il Flour 13c . 65c 85c Duncan's Admiration 2 Ib. bag 17c White 5 ibs. 31c 10 Ibs. 55c CREAM MEAL 25 /fas. 7.37 Adams or Jack Spfnt GRAPEFRUIT SEGMENTS No.2Can19c Pound Jor 49c All ,*. CSGARETTES Marco Quurl MUSTARD -Tar SI-99 10 C Can ,T;id(S(>n's No. 2>/2 KRAOT I'evely or Jack Spral MILK Great Northern 10 Extra Standard TOMATOES Case 2.) 1I>K. ' No. 2 Can fJniin — 1 Ib. 15c (> O/. Can- ORANGE JUICE !''<mcy l RSCE Farm Rrand APPLE BUTTER Crystal White LAUNDRY SOAP Chiffon SOAP FLAKES I'rincc Albert TOBACCO ,, 43 C M ^ , bars box GAINING In Popularity because it's . 34 C Tin 10 IBs. 99c wan Cur Meat Is Tops in Quality, Appetite Appeal! SHORTCAKES Strawberries - Crispy Hard Heads LETTUCE - - each13c Tender Well-filled Ears FRESH CORN - 3 {or 25c Price Subject to Market Change Young & Tender lb.15c Porto Ricun Fancy Red Ripe TOMATOES - - lb.30c Tender Gren Shoots BROCCOLI - - Bch. 23c Sw. Potatoes - 3 Ibs. 25c Fresh Cuban Large Size PINEAPPLE - - Ea. 25c Large 54 Size Pink Florida Pascal CELERY- - - Bch.18c Medium Size Hot House CUCUMBERS - lb.29c Extra Large Tender RADISHES - • Bch.Sc GRAPEFRUIT-2 for 15c Sunkist 300'Size LEMONS - - Tender Baby Yellow SQUASH - - With Tops BEETS - -. • Doz. 28c - Ib, 15c Bch. IQc RIVERSIDE BRAND || lf*« SEX m. 570 LEC B or CLUB TEAK iSCONSIN CHEESE - - -2 pound box 820 FRYERS HENS fresh dress COTTAGE CHEESE EEF ROAST chuck CURED HAMS end slices Ib. 5 HOOP CHEESE

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